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Hurricane Nicole sheds light on how storms impact deep ocean
In early October 2016, a tropical storm named Nicole formed in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. It roamed for six days, reaching Category 4 hurricane status with powerful 140 mile-per hour-winds, before hitting the tiny island of Bermuda as a Category 3.
How sharks glow to each other deep in the ocean
Let us dive into the sea, beyond the colorful world of the Sun. About 1,000 to 2,000 feet down, we’ll arrive at a place where only blue beams in sunlight can penetrate.
Among world's worst polluters, ASEAN vows to tackle ocean waste
With Southeast Asia awash in rubbish, from plastic-choked whales to trash-clogged canals, leaders are planning to push through a deal to fight maritime debris at a regional meeting this weekend.
Trash found littering ocean floor in deepest-ever sub dive
On the deepest dive ever made by a human inside a submarine, a Texas investor and explorer found something he could have found in the gutter of nearly any street in the world: Trash.
Study: Biodegradable plastic bags can hold full load of shopping after three years in ocean
Supposedly biodegradable plastic bags marketed as eco-friendly alternatives to cut pollution are still able to carry a full load of shopping after three years in the soil or ocean, a study has found.
Ocean plastic is being ‘glued together’ into deadly clumps by bacteria
Plastic pollution could become an even deadlier threat to ocean animals — as bacteria are ‘gluing together’ tiny pieces of plastic into clumps in the ocean.
NZ fisherman rescues 18-month baby from ocean
A New Zealand fisherman rescued an 18-month-old boy from the ocean, in an incident described as a ‘freakish miracle’.
Plans for world's largest ocean sanctuary in Antarctic blocked
A plan to create the world's largest marine sanctuary in Antarctic waters was shot down when a key conservation summit failed to reach a consensus, with environmentalists on Saturday decrying a lack of scientific foresight.
Researchers use ocean muck to study ancient monsoons
The southwestern monsoon has swept across the landscape every summer as far back as the last ice age, when mammoths roamed the continent and ice sheets edged below what is now the Canadian border, according to a newly released study by University of Arizona researchers.
How much longer will Southern Ocean slow climate change?
The gigantic carbon sink below New Zealand that is the Southern Ocean might come to quicken the effects of climate change, due to a worrying feedback loop just identified by scientists.
Ocean current changes could alter Irish climate for two decades
A weakening of major ocean currents in the Northern Atlantic, including the Gulf Stream that warms Ireland, could trigger a sudden change to Ireland’s climate that could last for two decades, Irish scientists warned.
Study reveals missing drivers of ocean deoxygenation
Over the last 50 years, the amount of oxygen in the world's oceans has declined by two percent. Models designed to simulate the phenomenon, however, have failed to reproduce such significant losses.
Plumes of ocean spray emanating from Jupiter's moon Europa
New research offers additional evidence of plumes emanating from Europa's subsurface ocean.
Shift in ocean circulation triggered the end of the last ice age
The end of the last ice age was precipitated by a shift in the circulation of the North Pacific Ocean some 15,000 years ago.
Silent robots listen to ocean winds
Scientists are using small submersible robots to listen to the wind out at sea.

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